33 min

Repost: 60- Transformative Visual Storytelling in Conflict Research PRIO's Peace in a Pod

    • Social Sciences

What is the transformative potential of visual storytelling in conflict research?
In the project Societal Transformation in Conflict Contexts or (TRANSFORM), animations and comics were created in collaboration between researchers, activists, artists, writers, and many others. These pieces of art not only serve to inspire possible change, but also to illustrate and highlight stories of societal transformation around the world. That work was done in collaboration with PositiveNegatives.
Today Ben Dix, PositiveNegatives Founder, and Cindy Horst, Research Professor at PRIO, talk about their work together.
Related materialThe TRANSFORM project webpage on prio.org The TRANSFORM virtual exhibitionPositiveNegatives website The podcast episode with Kue Cool and Marte NilsenCo-Creating Knowledge: Creative collaborations between researchers, artists, policymakers and practitioners (PRIO Policy Brief)
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What is the transformative potential of visual storytelling in conflict research?
In the project Societal Transformation in Conflict Contexts or (TRANSFORM), animations and comics were created in collaboration between researchers, activists, artists, writers, and many others. These pieces of art not only serve to inspire possible change, but also to illustrate and highlight stories of societal transformation around the world. That work was done in collaboration with PositiveNegatives.
Today Ben Dix, PositiveNegatives Founder, and Cindy Horst, Research Professor at PRIO, talk about their work together.
Related materialThe TRANSFORM project webpage on prio.org The TRANSFORM virtual exhibitionPositiveNegatives website The podcast episode with Kue Cool and Marte NilsenCo-Creating Knowledge: Creative collaborations between researchers, artists, policymakers and practitioners (PRIO Policy Brief)
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

33 min